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In this amazing TED talk, [[Brian Green]], whom I had heard in person years back at the State University of New York at Buffalo, brings up a number of fascinating points.  The first two are ones I’ve talked about (albeit in somewhat different terms and arguments), namely the notion of multiple universes and quantum mechanics, which I still have issues with, but also the explanation for our place in existence being “just right“.

However, his thought of future scientists someday rejecting what we know to be true, based on differing access to observations, causes me to contemplate what we reject that people before us may have known.